KDVS 90.3 FM presents...
...a guaranteed fun-packed sauna!
starring: DAVILA 666 (Puerto Rico/In the Red) CHEAP TIME (Memphis, TN/In the Red) CHARLES ALBRIGHT (Sacto/Permanent)
Tuesday, September 7
@ Davis Bike Collective
1221½ Fourth Street
Davis CA 95616
(at the corner of 4th and L Streets)
ADVANCE TICKETS AVAILABLE beginning now!
Buy tickets for $7.00 on 8/30
Buy tickets for $7.50 on 8/31
Buy tickets for $8.00 on 9/1
Buy tickets for $8.50 on 9/2
Buy tickets for $9.00 on 9/3
Buy tickets for $9.50 on 9/4 Advance sales close on 9/5 (money takes 2 days to transfer!). Tickets are $10 @ the door (if they last).
This is seriously a show-of-the-year candidate for 2011!
Davila 666: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Davila-666/278848726772 http://www.myspace.com/davila666
From Puerto Rico, Davila 666 are one of the very most exciting bands on planet earth today. Hooky pop, garagey snarl, and engaging group harmonies with as many as five guys singing together (something that mainland U.S. Americans are not prepared culturally to do, but Latinos are!) are the hallmarks of their sound, and their stage-show is known for being fun-packed, sweat-soaked, and bras and panties hitting the stage (I did see it with my own eyes). This is their first West Coast swing since last year's complete devastation of The Hub. That was The Hub's singlemost successful show. Be prepared to act fast on these advance tickets 'cos now we're doing this show somewhere even smaller (not by choice (I tried larger places!)). Fans of everything from Jesus + Mary Chain, Black Lips, the Mantles, King Tuff, Oh Sees, Paul Collins, and the dark & handsome can ALL agree on this?
Cheap Time: http://www.facebook.com/cheaptimetn http://myspace.com/cheaptime
You might remember Cheap Time as the headline act of the first ever show at Luigi's Fungarden, or from the time they slayed The Hub. I saw them last year at a house-show in Memphis that didn't start 'til 3am, and they sounded better than ever kicking out their giddy yet glittery garage-pop attack. Fans of Cheap Trick, Jay Reatard, the theme from "That 70s Show", and a dash of Sparks (the band (if not also the beverage in its original formulation)) are sure to love 'em!